Canterbury Ales Shuts Down Canterbury Ales, a mainstay of Huntington village for more than 36 years, announced Monday that it has shut down.Owner Billy Hoest emailed customers and later told Newsday that the business had been targeted by a state sales tax auditand he owed more than $100,000.
Weekly Newspaper Sold A group of Huntington investors, led by James V. Kelly, bought the historic newspaper the Long-Islander. The weekly paper was founded in 1838 by the poet Walt Whitman.
School Checklist: A Stop at the Pediatrician's Getting your child ready for school means more than shopping for clothes
and school supplies. Immunization requirements and general health
matters also command the attention of parents.
Dr. Alisa N. Altman, a pediatrician at the Huntington Medical Group
on Pulaski Road, said doctors talk about a range of health and safety
issues when parents bring their children into the office before school
Darryl Strawberry Pops Up Modell's opened a new store in Huntington Station Friday and had former baseball star Darryl Strawberry there to sign autographs. The store opened in the former Lester's store at 350 Walt Whitman Road.